The starter will be an incredible view of the hole city and its harbour from the top of Montjuïch Hill which road used to be a Formula 1 circuit during the 50´s. Then we’ll head to Joan Miro’s Foundation where a whole Universe will open in front of our eyes.
Miró will make us fly through his poetic paintings and sculptures with plenty of humour too!! Both kids and adults will experience that imagination has no limit!
Once we leave the Miró Foundation we will follow some of the most famous athlete’s footsteps which will lead us to the Olimpic Stadium where the 1992 Olimpic Opening Ceremony took place.
We will then drive to the 1929 World Fair area and enter the Spanish Pavillion called Spanish Village (Pueblo Español). All of Spain is represented inside with different tipes of buidings from different regions. Inside we will visit different workshops and we’ll be able to see how Juan blows the hot glass to make incredible glass pieces!
Another of these artisans sells cakes, ice-creams, chocolate of all kinds so…YES! a must stop for churros dipped in hot or cold chocolate is a must here!
Once we leave Pueblo Español we will drive downhill towards Plaza de España with its huge bullring converted into…a shopping mall! The National Art Museum of Catalunya and its fountains will give us a warm “hasta la vista”!
The tour will end wherever you wish inside Barcelona city limits unless you choose the option of port/airport transfer.
Duration: 4 hours approx.
Transportation needed: chauffered tour.
Meeting point: at your hotel in Barcelona city.
NOTE: if you choose the option of pick up/drop off from/to the port or airport, the duration of the tour starts once we get to city.
Included in price: Private car or van with driver depending on the number of people (up to 6 maximum). Entrances to Poble Espanyol (Spanish Village) and the Chocolate with Churros (or drink)
Not included in price: tickets to Miró Foundation. We will buy the tickets on the spot and skip the long lines.
COST: 450€ up to 6 people.
NOTE: Miró Foundation is closed on Mondays. On Sundays it’s closed from 3pm on. Miró tickets are 12€ per adult, 7€ for dully accredited university students & seniors and free for less than 15 years old.
My family and I didn´t expect the fun we end up having with Eva discovering Miro´s works. He was such a great artist and my three daughters experienced the art rather than just listening to boring stories about centuries and dates which just drops their attenttion instantly. We just hit it with this tour so I highly recommend it to everyone.